Eliza Rose and Interplanetary Criminal earn first Number 1 single in Ireland with B.O.T.A (Baddest Of Them All)

The latest dance hit of the summer takes its place at the top.

The latest big dance hit of the summer, B.O.T.A (Baddest Of Them All) by Eliza Rose & Interplanetary Criminal climbs to Number 1 on the Official Irish Singles Chart.

The track, led by East London DJ Eliza Rose and produced by Interplanetary Criminal, has been on the rise for several weeks now. Originally released in June, it has become a staple song across festival sites and dancefloors alike

This means Beyonce’s BREAK MY SOUL is toppled from Number 1, and finishes at Number 4 this week. Fellow former Number 1, Afraid To Feel by LF SYSTEM holds at Number 2.

Cian Ducrot jumps six places to land a new career-best placing with All For You (3), following the release of a new version with Ella Henderson. Also reaching new peaks are Steve Lacy’s Bad Habit (9) and Joel Corry & Becky Hill’s inevitable collab, History (13).

This week’s highest new entry is Nicki Minaj’s Super Freaky Girl, which enters the chart at Number 14. It’s her first Irish Top 20 single in nearly a year, since she featured on Jesy Nelson’s debut track Boyz in October 2021.

Racing 12 places is Ferrari by James Hype and Miggy Dela Rosa (19), while Fred again.., Swedish House Mafia and Future rise four with Turn On The Lights Again (24), and US artists Nicky Youre & Dazy see Sunroof surge 14 places (27).

Other big climbs this week include Alesso & Zara Larsson’s Words (29), Diplo & Miguel with Don’t Forget My Love (33), and Under the Influence by Chris Brown (38).

Finally, Swedish rock band Ghost land a place in the Top 50 with Mary On A Cross at Number 42. It’s the latest song to have a major boost following its feature on the latest series of Stranger Things.

See the full Official Irish Singles Chart Top 50 here